Certified Mail® is a service offered by the United States Postal Service (USPS®) that provides proof of mailing (also known as “proof of acceptance”) and proof of delivery for important and legally mandated documents. Certified Mail is used in a wide range of industries and sectors, as well as for personal use. Some examples include:
Legal: Certified Mail is often used in legal proceedings to serve legal documents or provide notice of important deadlines.
Financial: Banks, investment firms, and other financial institutions use Certified Mail to send important documents such as account statements, legal notices, and tax forms.
Insurance: Insurance companies use Certified Mail to send policy documents, claims, cancellations, and other important information to customers.
Government: Government agencies use Certified Mail to send documents such as notices of audit or compliance, tax assessments, or other important correspondence.
Real Estate: Real estate agents and property managers use Certified Mail to send important documents such as lease agreements, notices of rent increases, or eviction notices.
Overall, while certain industries use Certified Mail more frequently than others, it is widely used across the U.S. economy in a great many industries. Approximately 160 million pieces of Certified Mail® are sent each year.
If you need to send Certified Mail, you can pick up forms at any Post Office, or use online Certified Mail software from firms such as SimpleCertifiedMail.com that eliminates manual forms, postage meters and trips to the Post Office.
To learn more, visit www.SimpleCertifiedMail.com or call 1-888-462-1750.